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STOLEN FISH, 30min., Poland
Directed by Gosia Juszczak
In the tiniest country of mainland Africa, The Gambia, fish is now being powdered up by Chinese corporations and exported to Europe and China to feed animals in industrial farming. As a result, Gambians are being deprived of their primary source of protein and overfishing is depleting marine ecosystems. The film follows Abou, Mariama and Paul, three Gambians who share intimate stories of daily struggle, anger, hope and longing for their loved ones in the midst of difficult migration routes. The first film on Gambia’s fishmeal factories, offering a unique insight into untold drivers of migration and the role played by women in new economic systems.
KATH DUNCAN - THE UNTOLD STRUGGLE FOR CIVIL RIGHTS, 40min., UK
Directed by Ray Barron Woolford FRSA
A Documentary film about the life and activism of LGBTQ Scot Kath Duncan The most important Uk Civil rights leader past 100 years but almost forgotten in time until my Highly acclaimed stage play #liberty and my biography of Kath The Last Queen Of Scotland stage play Liberty
THERE WAS A MAN, 2min., Poland
Directed by Kamil Wojcik
A short story about a man - one of the species that once inhabited Earth.
A story intriguing and surprising as the renovation of the bathroom, but at the same time condensed like a cistern walled in the wall and hard to unscrew like a valve in the main sewer line.
AND YOU SLEEP, 12min., UK
Directed by Elzbieta Piekacz
Story about love and the search for meaning of life inspired by Andrei Tarkovsky's „Stalker”.
TIDES - MAREE, 45min., Ireland
Directed by Alessandro Negrini
Is the story of a river able to reveal a sense of life imprisoned by History? Despite the end of the conflict, in Northern Ireland there is still a city with two different names: Derry, for Catholics, Londonderry for Protestants. In the middle of the city, flows the river Foyle, which acts as their liquid border. A visionary and surreal autobiography of a river that ended up being what it wasn’t supposed to be: a liquid wall, dividing two sides separated by 40 years of conflict.
DON'T CRY, 9min., Germany
Directed by Hisham Zreiq
A Palestinian girl, a Palestinian man and an Israeli woman meet at a celestial lake, the meeting triggers a conflict between the man and the woman caused by previous encounter, the girl tries to mediate. Will she succeed? Would it be possible to bridge between them?
8-M, 5min., Spain
Directed by Vicky Calavia
8-M is a date on the calendar that celebrates "International Women's Day", a historical milestone resulting from the fight and effort of many women throughout history.